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  Reply # 1542346 26-Apr-2016 17:06
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Resurrection absolutely KILLS my battery. Not sure what ROM to use now, either go back to regular CM or Google Edition (which only goes up to 5.1) or even stock


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  Reply # 1542348 26-Apr-2016 17:10
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Hmmm i don't seem to have any problems with it. Not something you are running at all ??





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  Reply # 1542414 26-Apr-2016 20:08
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For what it's worth, I've gone back to CM12 (5.x) from CM13 (6.x) on my Nexus 5. CM13 wasn't as smooth, and didn't do nice things to my battery. I suspect something to do with bluetooth. My tile app (running constantly) uses about 1-2% of CM12, and just to more like 8-9% on CM13.


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  Reply # 1543893 29-Apr-2016 10:43
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I've actually gone back to the stock 5.0.1 Spark firmware, which I've never used before. Actually seems nice, and I am getting much better battery life.

 

I added nova launcher as I didn't like the stock one

 

I may give GPE a go again.


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